Elon Musk, the new CEO of Twitter, reversed the company’s previous decision to enable workers to work remotely by ending the company’s permanent work-from-home policy and asking them to come into the office. Additionally, Musk has informed his staff that “tough times” are coming.
According to Bloomberg, Musk sent a direct email to Twitter employees saying, “The road ahead is difficult and will take hard work to achieve.”
The article states that 40 hours per week of work are now required of Twitter employees.
The decision to stop work-from-home is one of many that Musk has made since purchasing Twitter for $44 billion.
Musk fired the former Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal and the head of policy Vijaya Gadde shortly after acquiring the company. A subscription-based system for blue tick verification has also been announced by him. A blue tick will now cost $8 per month on Twitter.